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wrong. the earth was one of many celestial bodies, all of which obeyed the same impartial laws. at the same time europeans learned of that revelation, the discovery of the americas and the exploration of the far east revealed that europe wasn't the center of the world. inhis time of spiritual crisis provoked by the explosion of knowledge, artists sought new ways of seeing and understanding. the out-thrust left arm of the disciple startled and astonished its first viewers in 1600. it breaks into the space in which we stand. the naturalism of this painting of christ at emmaus by michelangelo merisi, known as caravaggio, was unprecedented. its intention is to convince us we're participants in this astonishing event, god's presence in the flesh. we may no longer regard the earth as unique, caravaggio seems be saying, but god has dwelt amongst us. divinity and sanctity are to be found in our midst. caravaggio went out into rome's streets and put people he found there in his paintings. he came to rome from northern italy in the last decade of the 16th century. a strange, violent, dri
finance law is the bedrock for the program. the foundation was to build the capacity of the local ngo so it can operate without outside help. that means that employees have to be trained at. one of her task is to visit loan recipients to check the money is being spent a lucrative late and is having a positive effect. -- to check the money is being spent lucratively and is having a positive effect. this person is a great example of what this kind of a loan can do. she runs a small restaurant, and imports and sort -- an important source of income for her family of five. with the loan, i can buy supplies and offer people more food and increase my turnover by 50%. happy. she is planning to grant her another loan. she asks if she will be able to make the larger repayments. yes, she says, it should not be a problem. she shows me her house. at the moment, she lives with her husband's parents. it for business keeps growing with the help of the loans, she hopes to be able to afford her own house one day. since the end of the military dictatorship two years ago, there has been a surge of developme
god. the english will fall on their knees and beg thee to let them return to their lawful homes in peace. wilt be a poor little judas and betray me and him that sent me? i shall dare, dare and dare again in god's name. art for or against me? no wonder that joan has fascinated playwrights and actresses. shaw said of joan, she was very capable, a born boss. in scene one, joan persuades captain robert baudricourt to support her cause and to give her a horse and armor. in scene two, she convinces the dauphin she is sent to drive the english away from orleans and to crown him king in the cathedral at reims. eventually, the knights all pledge themselves to joan's cause. in scene three, joan and the army wait on the south bank of the loire for a west wind. joan prays, the wind changes, and the boats advance the army to the english encampment. scene four takes place in the english camp after joan and her army have won french victory at orleans. the english and the french churchmen plan for joan's fall. this production covers the last two scenes of the play and the epilogue. we begin wit
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